Texas or Local Radio Shows

sorted by city and then by frequency within each city

West Texas Saturday Nights
JB Cloud, Host

KBCY-FM 99.7
Program email: jb.cloud[at]cumulus.com Alt. email: trace.michaels[at]cumulus.com Station email: jb.cloud[at]cumulus.com
Program website: http://www.kbcy.com/new2/wtsn.htm Station website: http://www.kbcy.com
2525 South Danville Drive; Abilene, TX 79605
(325) 793-9700; (325) 673-4999; Fax (325) 692-1576
West Texas Saturday Nights, hosted by JB Cloud, plays Texas legends such as Jody Nix, Curtis Potter, Robert Earl Keen, Jerry Jeff Walker and Gary P. Nunn every Saturday Night from 8pm to 1am.. WTSN also keeps up to date with new and current Texas Country artists like Ed Burleson, Tommy Alverson, Kevin Fowler, Pat Green, Roger Creager, Peter Dawson, Mike Graham, Maggie Brown and local artists like Matt Dunnam, Scot Williams and others. West Texas Saturday Nights is also involved with large outdoor concerts as well as smaller clubs. Local artists and those traveling through are always welcome to stop by for a visit.
Year local program began: 1999

KACC Live
KACC-FM 89.7
Program email: mossman[at]kaccradio.com Alt. email: cforsythe[at]alvincollege.edu Station email: music[at]kacclive.com
Program website: http://www.kaccradio.com Alt. website: http://www.myspace.com/thegcr Station website: http://www.kaccradio.com
3110 Mustang Road; Alvin, TX 77511
(281) 756-3766; (281) 756-3897; Fax (281) 756-3885
KACC-FM 89.7 plays Texas and local artists throughout the day. "We play blues, rock and a little country music. It's mostly local and Texas artists. We do a little Pat Green and Cory Morrow, but it's more from a club circuit. Artists such as Trish Murphy and Tony Vega. Artists are interviewed in the studio or on the phone; studio interviews usually include live performances.

TexTunes Sunday
Jesica Wood, Host

KACV-FM 89.9
Program email: robinson-ml[at]actx.edu Alt. email: robinson-ml[at]actx.edu Station email: kacvfm90[at]actx.edu
Program website: http://www.kacvfm.org/music/index.asp Station website: http://www.kacvfm.org
P.O. Box 447; Amarillo, TX 79178
(806) 371-5287; (806) 371-5228; Fax (806) 371-5258
Listen to TexTunes every Sunday morning from 10am to 2pm, hosted by Marcie Lane. TexTunes is "three hours of tunes from artists who live and rock in the Lone Star State. It's not just Willie and Waylon anymore. It's Roots Country, Americana, Alternative Country, Modern Rock, Texas Blues and more. TexTunes has everything that's Texan."

Amarillo Hights Radio Show
KARX-FM 95.7
Station email: craig.vaughn[at]cumulus.com
301 South Polk Street, Suite 100; Amarillo, TX 79101-1427
(806) 342-5200; (806) 320-0957; Fax (806) 342-5202
Brock Matthews' Amarillo Nights Radio Show features Texas music.

Texas Music Hour
Lori Crofford, Host

KATP-FM 101.9
Program email: loricrofford[at]clearchannel.com Station email: ryanmcwilley[at]gapbroadcasting.com
Program website: http://www.katcountry1019.com/ Station website: http://www.katcountry102.com
6214 West 34th Avenue; Amarillo, TX 79109-4006
(806) 355-9777; (806) 320-1019; Fax (806) 355-5832
The Texas Music Hour, airing Saturday 8pm to 11pm (that's a "Texas-sized" hour), presents three hours of nothing but the best in Texas music. Spotlighted Texans include Pat Green, Cory Morrow, Cooder Graw, Robert Earl Keen, and Charlie Robison.

Honky Tonk Texas
Mark “Hawkeye” Louis, Host

KSCS-FM 96.3
Program email: HawkEye[at]kscs.com
Program website: http://www.kscs.com/showdj.asp?DJID=12311 Station website: http://www.kscs.com
2221 East Lamar Blvd., Suite 300; Arlington, TX 76006
(817) 640-1963; (214) 787-1963; Fax (817) 429-5727
Honky Tonk Texas plays Texas singer songwriters every Sunday from 8-10 p.m. The show was created by legendary Texas Music maven Mike Crow and is currently hosted by Mark "Hawkeye" Louis. The original Texas Music show is back. 96.3 KSCS Honky-Tonk Texas features the best new Texas Music from the likes of Robert Earl Keen, Pat Green, Charlie Robison, Jack Ingram and Cross Canadian Ragweed, as well as the legends of Texas music; Willie, Waylon, Jerry Jeff and many more.
Year local program began: 1993

Bobby's Blues Show
Bobby Joiner

KAZI-FM 88.7
Program email: mail[at]kazifm.org Station email: mail[at]kazifm.org
Program website: http://www.kazifm.org/ Alt. website: http://www.myspace.com/kazifm Station website: http://www.kazifm.org/
8906 Wall Street, Suite 203; Austin, TX 78754-4541
(512) 836-9544; (512) 836-2887; Fax (512) 836-9563
Bobby's Blues Show - Bobby Joiner plays music from a variety of Texas artists. He has also emceed and played for many of the greats including Mel Waiter, Charlie Robinson (Dallas), Johnny Taylor and more. Joiner has more than 25 years of DJ experience with KAZI.
Year local program began: 1999; Live music programming: no

Classical Austin; Classical Guitar Alive!
Dianne Donovan, Classical Austin; Classical Guitar Alive, Tony Morris; Host

KMFA-FM 89.5
Program email: ddonovan[at]kmfa.org Station email: info[at]kmfa.org
Program website: http://www.kmfa.org Alt. website: http://www.guitaralive.org/home.html Station website: http://www.kmfa.org
3001 North Lamar ; Austin, TX 78705
(512) 476-5632; (512) 302-9095; Fax (512) 474-7463
Classical Austin airs Sunday at 7-8p.m., hosted by Dianne Donovan. "The show features interviews and music, usually Austin classical music or arts events or artists. Sometimes I do a feature on a local Austin artist or event. Occasionally we have live performances, but not very often. The show has been on the air for more than five years." Classical Guitar Alive! is produced in Austin at KMFA-FM, and is the only nationally-syndicated guitar radio program in America. Hosted by Tony Morris on Saturday 6 to 6:30 p.m. and Sunday 12 to 12:30 p.,m., the program airs on over 200 public radio stations throughout the US. In March of 2007, the show expanded to WorldSpace Satellite Radio, and is now also broadcast twice weekly throughout Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and parts of Western Europe. "The show features interviews and music, both recordings and live performances," explains Morris. "Texas classical musicians are a regular feature. The show has been nationally broadcast for over ten years."
Live music programming: occasionally

Classical Austin; Classical Guitar Alive!
Dianne Donovan, Classical Austin; Classical Guitar Alive, Tony Morris; Host

KMFA-HD 89.5
Program email: ddonovan[at]kmfa.org Station email: info[at]kmfa.org
Program website: http://www.kmfa.org Alt. website: http://www.guitaralive.org/home.html Station website: http://www.kmfa.org
3001 North Lamar ; Austin, TX 78705
(512) 476-5632; (512) 302-9095; Fax (512) 474-7463
Classical Austin airs Sunday at 7-8p.m., hosted by Dianne Donovan. "The show features interviews and music, usually Austin classical music or arts events or artists. Sometimes I do a feature on a local Austin artist or event. Occasionally we have live performances, but not very often. The show has been on the air for more than five years." Classical Guitar Alive! is produced in Austin at KMFA-FM, and is the only nationally-syndicated guitar radio program in America. Hosted by Tony Morris on Saturday 6 to 6:30 p.m. and Sunday 12 to 12:30 p.,m., the program airs on over 200 public radio stations throughout the US. In March of 2007, the show expanded to WorldSpace Satellite Radio, and is now also broadcast twice weekly throughout Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and parts of Western Europe. "The show features interviews and music, both recordings and live performances," explains Morris. "Texas classical musicians are a regular feature. The show has been nationally broadcast for over ten years."
Live music programming: occasionally

Around the Town Sounds
Charlie Martin, Lisa Schneider, Tracey Schulz, Rush Evans, Deidre Gott and Mimi Alidor, Hosts

KOOP-FM 91.7
Program email: programming[at]koop.org Alt. email: info[at]koop.org Station email: music[at]koop.org
Station website: http://www.koop.org/
3823 Airport Blvd., Suite B; Austin, TX 78722
(512) 472-1369; (512) 472-5667; Fax (512) 472-6149
Around the Town Sounds, every Saturday from 4:30 - 6 p.m., is dedicated to playing local music from the Austin area. With multiple programmers rotating to host the show, Around the Town Sounds delivers a variety of music from different genres. The show also features live interviews and in-studio performances.
Live music programming: yes

Country, Swing and Rockabilly Jamboree
Rod Moag, Host

KOOP-FM 91.7
Station email: csrjamboree [at] koop.org
Program website: http://koop.org/
3823 Airport Blvd., Suite B; Austin, TX 78722
(512) 472-1369; (512) 472-5667
Country, Swing and Rockabilly Jamboree airs on Thursdays, from 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. "Our country is classic, our swing is Western, and the rockabilly is the early kind from the late '50s," declares Rod Moag, host of this long-running KOOP show. Rod brings in samples from his vast collection of vinyl albums, CDs and cassettes, and spices up the show with live appearances by both Austin performers in his favorite styles of music, but also well-known country and swing stars passing through Austin. Supporting KOOP's mission, Country, Swing, and Rockabilly Jamboree gives special attention to women, Latino artists, the elderly, and those not finding a voice elsewhere. Guests performing live in the studio have ranged from an 92-year-old former drummer with Bob Wills and The Texas Playboys, to a Japanese country deejay, to a lady yodler from Australia. Listeners can also expect liberal helpings of background info on artists, songs, social themes, and trends in the music.

Local Live
Kayla Croft, Local Live Director

KVRX-FM 91.7
Program email: local_live[at]kvrx.org Alt. email: kvrx[at]kvrx.org Station email: cody[at]kvrx.org
Program website: http://locallive.kvrx.org/ Station website: http://www.kvrx.org/
2500 Whitis Avenue; Austin, TX 78712
(512) 471-5106; (512) 495-5879; Fax (512) 471-8177
Sunday nights from 10-11 p.m., KVRX presents Local Live, an eclectic showcase of musical performances by artists from Texas and beyond. Sticking to the KVRX motto, "None of the hits, all of the time", Local Live highlights the diverse and imaginative sounds of the underground and embraces artists that are often overlooked by the mainstream.
Year local program began: 1995; Live music programming: yes

Local Licks Live
Loris Lowe, Host

KLBJ-FM 93.7
Program email: loris[at]klbjfm.com
Program website: http://klbjfm.com/LocalLicks/index.aspx Station website: http://www.klbjfm.com/
8309 North IH-35; Austin, TX 78753-5720
(512) 832-4000; (512) 390-5525; Fax (512) 832-4081
Local Licks Live, hosted by Loris Lowe, features one Austin musical act for the entire show, every Tuesday night from 10:00-midnight. Local Licks Live airs live from the Rock City Ice House. The show is only done for 2-3 months out of the year. When the concert series ends, each featured band contributes one song to the KLBJ Local Licks Live CD. All CD proceeds go to a charity for victims of domestic violence. Once the show is over for the year, Loris Lowe airs a 90-minute show dedicated to Austin artists every Tuesday from 10:30-midnight. The show features live interviews from Austin artists.
Live music programming: yes

The Roadhouse Revival Radio Show • The Lone Star Revival Radio Show
John Peyton, Creator and Showhost; Chris Jagger, Creator and Showhost

KLBJ 93.7
Program email: john[at]peytonradio.com
Program website: http://www.roadhouserevival.com/ Station website: http://www.klbjfm.com/
260 Addie Roy Road, Suite 209; Austin, TX 78746
(512) 347-8282; Fax (512) 347-8283
Peyton Radio Group is a radio entertainment group which creates, produces and hosts the award winning worldwide weekly radio programs, The Roadhouse Revival Radio Show, The Lone Star Revival Radio Show, and The Blueseum of Fine Art Radio Show with co-host Chris Jagger (Rolling Stone Mick's brother). The Roadhouse Revival's and The Blueseum of Fine Art's flagship station is 93.7 KLBJ "Austin's Rock Classic." The Blueseum of Fine Art brings you the very best blues works and rare interviews and recordings from the world's greatest artists from the Delta Blues to Chicago Blues from British Blues to Texas Blues from primitive recordings to live electric performances. The Roadhouse Revival and The Lone Star Revival broadcast over the American Forces Network (AFN) to over 177 countries reaching over a million American service men and women and their families. Both shows feature mainstream artists performing their inspirational works.
Live music programming: no

The Next Big Thing • Chillville
Andy Langer, Next Big Thing Host • Ray "Raydog" Seggern, Chillville Host

KROX-FM 101.5
Program email: lawless[at]krox.com Station email: toby[at]krox.com
Program website: http://www.krox.com/nextbigthing/index.aspx Alt. website: http://www.krox.com/chillville/index.aspx Station website: http://www.krox.com
8309 North IH-35; Austin, TX 78753-5720
(512) 832-4000; (512) 836-5769; Fax (512) 832-4081
The Next Big Thing, features four hours of new and local music every Sunday night from 6-10 p.m. Songs are selected just before they are aired; songs most likely to heard and songs that listeners can request. Homegrown Live is a local live music series that spotlights artists that 101X supports, such as Kissinger and Manatee. The series runs 6 weeks on, 6 weeks off, and venues change weekly. Chillville, hosted by Ray "Raydog" Seggern, features four hours of new and local music every Sunday morning from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Chillville features a mish-mash of styles including, but not limited to down-tempo electronic, acoustic, flashback, ambient, indie-pop, brit-pop, etc. (heavy on the etcetera part). Songs are selected just before they are aired; listeners can request.
Year local program began: 1995; Live music programming: yes

Lone Star State of Mind
Roger Allen

KGSR-FM 107.1
Alt. email: bwalden[at]emmisaustin.com Station email: chase[at]emmisaustin.com
Program website: http://www.kgsr.com/blogs/home.aspx?BlogID=112 Station website: http://www.kgsr.com/
8309 North IH-35; Austin, TX 78753-5720
(512) 832-4000; (512) 390-5477; Fax (512) 908-4902
Every Friday night Roger Allen hosts Lone Star State of Mind, KGSR's Texas music show, from 10 p.m. to midnight. "We play anything we want as long as it's from Texas and as long as it's good. Primarily we play Austin artists, and once a month we do the show live from the Saxon Pub. Our listeners' favorite artists are Willie Nelson, Joe Ely, Bob Schneider, Terri Hendrix, Bruce Robison and the irrepressible Los Lonely Boys."
Year local program began: 1996; Live music programming: yes

Strictly Bluegrass
Tom Pittman, Sharon Sandomirsky, Rod Moag and Ted Branson, Hosts

KOOP-FM 91.7
Station email: strictlybluegrass [at] koop.org
Program website: http://koop.org/
3823 Airport Blvd., Suite B; Austin, TX 78722
(512) 472-1369; (512) 472-5667
Strictly Bluegrass - which airs every Sunday morning from 10:00 a.m. until noon - is one of the first programs on KOOP radio and the only radio program dedicated to playing Bluegrass music in Central Texas, highlighted by live performances in studio.

Under the X in Texas
Ted Branson, Jr., Host

KOOP-FM 91.7
Station email: underthexintexas [at] koop.org
Program website: http://koop.org/
3823 Airport Blvd., Suite B; Austin, TX 78722
(512) 472-1369; (512) 472-5667
Under the X in Texas (Tuesdays, 9:00 - 11:00 a.m.) seeks out the senior and largely forgotten originators and forerunners of Texas music, brings to light obscure yet influential artists in the development and history of what we've come to know as Texas Music-a rich melting pot of all cultures, women and men, coming together in the Lone Star State from the early pioneers and immigrants bringing with them the musics of their homelands, creating a rich musical heritage that includes Blues, Jazz, Conjunto, Cowboy Poets, Singer Songwriters, Country Western, Rockabilly, Western Swing, R & B, Tex-Mex, German /Czech music, Zydeco and Bluegrass. The program features Texas musicians, authors, biographers, artists and filmmakers who are influenced today by the musical legacy created by those who came before, with interviews and live performances in studio.

Blues Deluxe Sunday
Dave Johnson, Host

KKHA-FM 92.5
Program email: bluesdeluxe[at]juno.com Station email: kzrc[at]kzrc.com
Program website: http://www.kzrc.com
P.O. Box 547; Bay City, TX 77404-0547
(979) 323-7771; (979) 323-7771; Fax (775) 719-2182
Blues Deluxe is a weekly, one-hour music-based rock and traditional blues show feature artists such as John Mayall, BB King and Eric Clapton, plus interviews, CD & video giveaways and BLUEBLOODS - a special segment dedicated to unsigned bands & independent label releases. Hosted by Dave Johnson.
Year local program began: 2001

Electric Radio, Needle Drop
Byron Balentine, Electric Radio Host; Jason Miller and Troy Harper, Needle Drop Hosts

KVLU-FM 91.3
Program email: byron.balentine[at]lamar.edu Alt. email: jmmiller[at]my.lamar.edu Station email: joe.elwell[at]lamar.edu
Program website: http://www.kvlu.org Station website: http://www.kvlu.org
P.O. Box 10064; Beaumont, TX 77710
(409) 880-8164; (877) 860-5858
Electric Radio, hosted by Byron Balentine, airs every Saturday from 3-4 p.m. The show plays mostly folk music and features artists such as Sara Hickman, Austin Lounge Lizards, early Dixie Chicks and many more. The show has been on the air for about 10 years. Needle Drop, hosted by Jason Miller and Troy Harper every Saturday from 9-11 p.m., plays a far and wide range of music. The show is produced by students who play what college students want to hear. The show has been airing for about 8 years.
Year local program began: 1992; Live music programming: no

Electric Radio, Needle Drop
Byron Balentine, Electric Radio Host; Jason Miller and Troy Harper, Needle Drop Hosts

KVLU-HD 91.3
Program email: byron.balentine[at]lamar.edu Alt. email: jmmiller[at]my.lamar.edu Station email: joe.elwell[at]lamar.edu
Program website: http://www.kvlu.org Station website: http://www.kvlu.org
P.O. Box 10064; Beaumont, TX 77710
(409) 880-8164; (877) 860-5858
Electric Radio, hosted by Byron Balentine, airs every Saturday from 3-4 p.m. The show plays mostly folk music and features artists such as Sara Hickman, Austin Lounge Lizards, early Dixie Chicks and many more. The show has been on the air for about 10 years. Needle Drop, hosted by Jason Miller and Troy Harper every Saturday from 9-11 p.m., plays a far and wide range of music. The show is produced by students who play what college students want to hear. The show has been airing for about 8 years.
Year local program began: 1992; Live music programming: no

Electric Radio • Needle Drop
Byron Balentine, Electric Radio Host; Jason Miller and Troy Harper, Needle Drop Hosts

KVLU-HD2 91.32
Program email: byron.balentine[at]lamar.edu Alt. email: jmmiller[at]my.lamar.edu Station email: joe.elwell[at]lamar.edu
Program website: http://www.kvlu.org Station website: http://www.kvlu.org
P.O. Box 10064; Beaumont, TX 77710
(409) 880-8164; (877) 860-5858
Electric Radio, hosted by Byron Balentine, airs every Saturday from 3-4 p.m. The show plays mostly folk music and features artists such as Sara Hickman, Austin Lounge Lizards, early Dixie Chicks and many more. The show has been on the air for about 10 years. Needle Drop, hosted by Jason Miller and Troy Harper every Saturday from 9-11 p.m., plays a far and wide range of music. The show is produced by students who play what college students want to hear. The show has been airing for about 8 years.
Year local program began: 1992; Live music programming: no

Electric Radio • Needle Drop
Byron Balentine, Electric Radio Host; Jason Miller and Troy Harper, Needle Drop Hosts

KVLU-HD3 91.33
Program email: byron.balentine[at]lamar.edu Alt. email: jmmiller[at]my.lamar.edu Station email: joe.elwell[at]lamar.edu
Program website: http://www.kvlu.org Station website: http://www.kvlu.org
P.O. Box 10064; Beaumont, TX 77710
(409) 880-8164; (877) 860-5858
Electric Radio, hosted by Byron Balentine, airs every Saturday from 3-4 p.m. The show plays mostly folk music and features artists such as Sara Hickman, Austin Lounge Lizards, early Dixie Chicks and many more. The show has been on the air for about 10 years. Needle Drop, hosted by Jason Miller and Troy Harper every Saturday from 9-11 p.m., plays a far and wide range of music. The show is produced by students who play what college students want to hear. The show has been airing for about 8 years.
Year local program began: 1992; Live music programming: no

Homegrown Country
Chrissie Roberts, Host

KYKR-FM 95.1
Program email: info[at]chrissieroberts.com Alt. email: kykr[at]broadcast.com Station email: treyposton[at]clearchannel.com
Program website: http://www.kykr.com/ Station website: http://www.kykr.com/
P.O. Box 5488; Beaumont, TX 77726-5488
(409) 896-5555; (409) 896-5957; Fax (409)896-5500
Homegrown Country with Chrissie Roberts airs every Monday from 11:30-noon. "Homegrown Country features local artists from Southeast Texas. We highlight one original song from the artist, plus an interview if they are able to come in. Southeast Texas is rich in local talent; it's a great feature on Kicker 95.1. We're lucky to serve an area so committed to country music."
Year local program began: 1993; Live music programming: no

The Dana Melancon Cajun Show
Dana Melancon, Host

KLVI-AM 560
Program email: cajunexpress[at]danamelancon.com Station email: jimlove[at]clearchannel.com
Program website: http://www.klvi.com/pages/DanaM.html Station website: http://www.klvi.com/
P.O. Box 5488; Beaumont, TX 77726-5488
(409) 896-5555; (409) 896-5584; Fax (409) 896-5500
The Dana Melancon Cajun Show airs from 6 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sundays. About 50 percent of the music are from Texas artists. Our show started in 1963. Send submissions to P.O. Box 748, China, TX 77613-0748. Our greatest honor was being inducted into the Cajun Music Hall of Fame in 2003 in Euless, Louisiana.
Year local program began: 1963

Texas Tunesmith
George Bancroft

KBST-FM 95.7
Station email: programming[at]kbst.com
Program website: http://texastunesmith.com/ Station website: http://www.kbst.com/
608 Johnson Street; Big Spring, TX 79721
(432) 267-6391; (432) 263-3095; Fax (432) 267-1579
If you’re a fan of Texas Music, you’re in the right place. If you’re a fan of Texas singer-songwriters, you’re really in the right place.  

Tejano Music
Dago Lozano, Host

KBYG-AM 1400
Station email: david.pappajohn[at]kbyg.net
2801 Wasson Drive; Big Spring, TX 79720-7301
(432) 263-6351; (432) 263-5294; Fax (432) 263-8223
KBYG-AM 1400 features Texas Tejano musicians. Tune in Monday-Friday from 8 p.m.-Midnight and Saturday & Sunday from 7 p.m.- Midnight.
Year local program began: 1960

Club Lonestar
Doc Holiday, Host

KTTX-FM 106.1
Program email: doc[at]ktex.com Station email: ken[at]ktex.com
Station website: http://www.ktex.com
P.O. Box 1280; Brenham, TX 77834-1280
(979) 836-3655; (800) 259-1061; Fax (979) 830-8141
Every Friday night from 9-Midnight, Doc Holiday hosts Club Lonestar. "We play artists such as Robert Earl Keen, Pat Green, and Cory Morrow. We also do some new stars that are just coming out, but also go back to artists such as Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson. Artists will come in the afternoon and we will record some stuff to play during our show. We do have studio performances every once in a while. I love the music and have been listening to it for years."
Year local program began: 1999; Live music programming: yes

Texas 12-pack; Texas Crossroads; Best in Texas Countdown w/ Bob Pickett
KAGG-FM 96.1
Station email: adam[at]aggie96.com
Station website: http://www.aggie96.com
1716 Briarcrest Drive, Suite 150; Bryan, TX 77802-2776
(979) 846-5597; (979) 268-6879; Fax (979) 268-9090
Texas 12-pack - 10pm weeknights; Texas Crossroads - Sundays 7-10p Best in Texas Countdown w/ Bob Pickett Saturdays 10p-midnight

Polka Party Time
KMIL 105.1
Station email: kmil[at]kmil.com
Station website: http://www.kmil.com
P.O. Box 832; Cameron, TX 76520
(254) 697-6633; (254) 697-6633; Fax (254) 697-6330

Texas Music
KWTS-FM 91.1
Alt. email: lbrowning[at]mail.wtamu.edu Station email: kwts[at]mail.wtamu.edu
Station website: http://www.wtamu.edu/kwts/index.htm
P.O. Box 60747; Canyon, TX 79016
(806) 651-2797; (806) 651-2911; Fax (806) 651-2818
Texas Music is featured on Thursday from 9p-12a.

Random Routes; Bluebonnet Trail
John Roths, Jimmy Roberts

KEOS-FM 89.1
Program email: keos[at]keos.org Alt. email: progdir[at]keos.org Station email: musdir[at]keos.org
Program website: http://www.keos.org/ Station website: http://www.keos.org
P.O. Box 78; College Station, TX 77841
(979) 779-5367; (979) 779-5367; Fax (979) 779-7259
Random Routes airs Saturdays from 9-12 p.m. Each week the show is hosted by guest DJs. "The show is basically roots and Americana music. You hear some classic, Texas, Americana roots music."

Brazos Valley Gold
Charlie Edwards, Miss Dixie, Host

KAMU-FM 90.9
Program email: kamu[at]tamu.edu Alt. email: rick[at]kamu.tamu.edu Station email: kamu-fm[at]tamu.edu
Program website: http://kamu.tamu.edu/progarch/archive.php?id=1146680701 Station website: http://kamu.tamu.edu
4244 TAMU; College Station, TX 77843-4244
(979) 845-5684; (979) 845-5613; Fax (979) 845-1643
Brazos Valley Gold airs every Friday from 7-9 p.m. Hosts Charlie Edwards and Miss Dixie play classic country, featuring a lot of Texas and local artists. The Brazos Valley Gold features local artists from the Valley that does not get very much playing time on typical commercial stations.
Year local program began: 1993; Live music programming: occasionally

Brazos Valley Gold
Charlie Edwards, Miss Dixie, Host

KAMU-HD 90.9
Program email: kamu[at]tamu.edu Alt. email: rick[at]kamu.tamu.edu Station email: kamu-fm[at]tamu.edu
Program website: http://kamu.tamu.edu/progarch/archive.php?id=1146680701 Station website: http://kamu.tamu.edu
4244 TAMU; College Station, TX 77843-4244
(979) 845-5684; (979) 845-5613; Fax (979) 845-1643
Brazos Valley Gold airs every Friday from 7-9 p.m. Hosts Charlie Edwards and Miss Dixie play classic country, featuring a lot of Texas and local artists. The Brazos Valley Gold features local artists from the Valley that does not get very much playing time on typical commercial stations.
Year local program began: 1993; Live music programming: occasionally

Brazos Valley Gold
Charlie Edwards, Miss Dixie, Host

KAMU-HD2 90.92
Program email: kamu[at]tamu.edu Alt. email: rick[at]kamu.tamu.edu Station email: kamu-fm[at]tamu.edu
Program website: http://kamu.tamu.edu/progarch/archive.php?id=1146680701 Station website: http://kamu.tamu.edu
4244 TAMU; College Station, TX 77843-4244
(979) 845-5684; (979) 845-5613; Fax (979) 845-1643
Brazos Valley Gold airs every Friday from 7-9 p.m. Hosts Charlie Edwards and Miss Dixie play classic country, featuring a lot of Texas and local artists. The Brazos Valley Gold features local artists from the Valley that does not get very much playing time on typical commercial stations.
Year local program began: 1993; Live music programming: occasionally

Texas Music
KANM-AM 1580
Program email: Alt. email: md[at]kanm.tamu.edu Station email: kanm[at]kanm.tamu.edu
Program website: Alt. website: Station website: http://kanm.tamu.edu
1236 TAMU; College Station, TX 77843-1236
(979) 862-2516; (979) 458-5266; Fax (979) 847-8854
Texas music airs Tuesdays 12 midnight - 1:00 a.m.

Notably Texan
Matt Meinke

KETR-FM 88.9
Program email: notablytexan[at]ketr.org Station email: ketr[at]ketr.org
Program website: http://www.myspace.com/notablytexan Station website: http://www.ketr.org/
P.O. Box 4504; Commerce, TX 75429-4504
(903) 886-5848; (903) 886-5387; Fax (903) 886-5850
Notably Texan plays Texas music of all genres, Texas artists, and music with a Texas connection. Tune in weeknights from 6-9 and Saturdays 7-MID (CST) for an eclectic, live programmed show with host Matt Meinke. We feature occasional interviews with Texas artists, and broadcast on 88.9 KETR FM in Northeast Texas, and worldwide via www.ketr.org. We always welcome Texas music submissions of all kinds for review.
Year local program began: 2004

Blues Cafe; Some Call It Folk
Eddie Seal, Pam Stakes, Brad Brown

KEDT-FM 90.3
Station email: stewartjacoby[at]kedt.org
Program website: http://www.kedt.org/fm/fm12.htm Alt. website: http://www.kedt.org/fm/fm16.htm Station website: http://www.kedt.org
4455 South Padre Island Drive, Suite 38; Corpus Christi, TX 78411-4481
(361) 855-2213; (888) 697-2346; Fax (361) 855-3877
Blues Cafe with Eddie Seal; Have a seat at Eddie Seal's Blues Café every Saturday night at 11, where you're guaranteed a healthy portion of the blues. From the originators to the innovators, you're guaranteed a great music mix, on the only local blues program in South Texas. Airs Saturday, 11:00 p.m.-1:00 a.m., Friday Midnight - 2:00 a.m. and Every other Wednesday 9-10 p.m. Some Call It Folk: Today's singer/songwriters and yesterday's folk legends all have their say on Some Call it Folk. Join South Texas Public Radio for the best mixture of music and lyrics, on the only acoustic music program in the area. Sunday, 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.  

Blues Cafe; Some Call It Folk
Eddie Seal, Pam Stakes, Brad Brown

KEDT-HD 90.3
Station email: stewartjacoby[at]kedt.org
Program website: http://www.kedt.org/fm/fm12.htm Alt. website: http://www.kedt.org/fm/fm16.htm Station website: http://www.kedt.org
4455 South Padre Island Drive, Suite 38; Corpus Christi, TX 78411-4481
(361) 855-2213; (888) 697-2346; Fax (361) 855-3877
Blues Cafe with Eddie Seal; Have a seat at Eddie Seal's Blues Café every Saturday night at 11, where you're guaranteed a healthy portion of the blues. From the originators to the innovators, you're guaranteed a great music mix, on the only local blues program in South Texas. Airs Saturday, 11:00 p.m.-1:00 a.m., Friday Midnight - 2:00 a.m. and Every other Wednesday 9-10 p.m. Some Call It Folk: Today's singer/songwriters and yesterday's folk legends all have their say on Some Call it Folk. Join South Texas Public Radio for the best mixture of music and lyrics, on the only acoustic music program in the area. Sunday, 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.

The Texas State Line
KRYS-FM 99.1
Station email: frankedwards[at]clearchannel.com
Station website: http://www.k99country.com
501 Tupper Lane; Corpus Christi, TX 78417-9736
(361) 289-0111; (361) 560-5797; Fax (361) 289-5035
Texas music airs on Sat. from 8p.m.-10p.m.

Texas Blues Radio ; Texas Renegade Radio
JMAC, Big Daddy Hal, Scott, Ginger, Don O,

KNON-FM 89.3
Program email: christianknon[at]sbcglobal.net Alt. email: gm[at]knon.org Station email: md[at]knon.org
Program website: http://www.knon.org/index.php?id=261 Alt. website: http://www.myspace.com/knon893fm Station website: http://www.knon.org
5353 Maple Avenue, Suite 200; Dallas, TX 75235
(214) 828-9500; (972) 647-1893; Fax (514) 823-9484
Texas Blues Radio, aired every Monday-Friday from 6-8 p.m., is hosted by a different on-air personality each day. On Mondays, DJ JMAC plays all styles of contemporary and classic blues from 1920 through today, with a focus on local bands and artists. Big Daddy Hal never plans for his show on Tuesdays. "It could be anything from prewar to today's more contemporary styles...I play 'starve raving blues'." Since 1996, DJ Scott has been hosting the Wednesday night Texas Blues Radio. Thursdays, the show is hosted by Ginger. Don O. wraps up the week of Texas Blues Radio by hosting on Fridays. Additional local programming on KNON includes Texas Renegade Radio, which plays the very best in Texas and country music every Monday-Friday from 4-6 p.m. Artists include those "long forgotten by the Nashville machine to a host of established or upcoming artists typically ignored by commercial radio." There are different on-air personalities each day, whom each bring a different flavor to the show.
Live music programming: no

Texas Blues Radio ; Texas Renegade Radio
JMAC, Big Daddy Hal, Scott, Ginger, Don O,

KNON-HD 89.3
Program email: christianknon[at]sbcglobal.net Alt. email: gm[at]knon.org Station email: md[at]knon.org
Program website: http://www.knon.org/index.php?id=261 Alt. website: http://www.myspace.com/knon893fm Station website: http://www.knon.org
5353 Maple Avenue, Suite 200; Dallas, TX 75235
(214) 828-9500; (972) 647-1893; Fax (514) 823-9484
Texas Blues Radio, aired every Monday-Friday from 6-8 p.m., is hosted by a different on-air personality each day. On Mondays, DJ JMAC plays all styles of contemporary and classic blues from 1920 through today, with a focus on local bands and artists. Big Daddy Hal never plans for his show on Tuesdays. "It could be anything from prewar to today's more contemporary styles...I play 'starve raving blues'." Since 1996, DJ Scott has been hosting the Wednesday night Texas Blues Radio. Thursdays, the show is hosted by Ginger. Don O. wraps up the week of Texas Blues Radio by hosting on Fridays. Additional local programming on KNON includes Texas Renegade Radio, which plays the very best in Texas and country music every Monday-Friday from 4-6 p.m. Artists include those "long forgotten by the Nashville machine to a host of established or upcoming artists typically ignored by commercial radio." There are different on-air personalities each day, whom each bring a different flavor to the show.
Live music programming: no

Spin 180
Matt Mungle, Host

KVRK-FM 89.7
Program email: spin180live[at]hotmail.com Station email: chris[at]kvrk.com
Program website: http://www.mungleshow.com/ Station website: http://www.kvrk.com
11061 Shady Trail; Dallas, TX 75229
(214) 353-8970; (214) 787-1897; Fax (214) 351-6809
Spin 180 airs live every Sunday from 7-10 p.m. Hosted by Matt Mungle, Spin 180 plays Christian rock alternative music with an emphasis on independent Texas and local Christian artists. Each week, the show spotlights one guest and has them in the studio. "We are here to be a platform for artists to be seen and heard."
Year local program began: 1995; Live music programming: yes

All Texas all the Time
KHYI-FM 95.3
Program email: josh[at]khyi.com Alt. email: josh[at]khyi.com Station email: dallaswayne[at]dallaswayne.com
Program website: http://www.khyi.com Alt. website: http://www.myspace.com/953therange Station website: http://www.khyi.com
12220 Greenville Ave., Suite 359; Dallas, TX 75243
(972) 633-0953; (972) 633-0953; Fax (972) 633-0957
KHYI-FM 95.3 "The Range" features Texas artists and music all day, every day. Artists such as Lyle Lovett, Robert Earl Keen, Allison Krauss, Billy Joe Shaver, George Jones, Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings help bring listeners back to country music. "The Range" has many live in-studio performances and interviews. Listen live on the web at http://www.khyi.com.
Year local program began: 1994; Live music programming: yes

Live From The Front Porch
Justin Frazell, Host

KPLX-FM 99.5
Program email: justin[at]995thewolf.com Alt. email: John.Sebastian[at]cumulus.com Station email: srivers[at]995thewolf.com
Program website: http://www.995thewolf.com/porch.html Station website: http://www.995thewolf.com
3500 Maple Avenue, Suite 1600; Dallas, TX 75219-3906
(214) 526-2400; (214) 787-1995; Fax (214) 520-4343
The Front Porch with Justin Frazell airs Sundays 7-9 p.m. "We feature all Texas singer-songwriters, performing live in the studio (with an occasional live remote). We are proud and honored to live and breathe in Texas; proud and honored to be born and raised in Texas; proud and honored to play Texas music."
Year local program began: 1995; Live music programming: yes

Live From The Front Porch
Justin Frazell, Host

KPLX-HD 99.5
Program email: justin[at]995thewolf.com Alt. email: John.Sebastian[at]cumulus.com; markphillips[at]995thewolf.com Station email: markphillips[at]cumulus.com
Program website: http://www.995thewolf.com/porch.html Station website: http://www.995thewolf.com
3500 Maple Avenue, Suite 1600; Dallas, TX 75219-3906
(214) 526-2400; (214) 787-1995; Fax (214) 520-4343
The Front Porch with Justin Frazell airs Sundays 6 pm - 8 pm. "We feature all Texas singer-songwriters, performing live in the studio (with an occasional live remote). We are proud and honored to live and breathe in Texas; proud and honored to be born and raised in Texas; proud and honored to play Texas music."
Year local program began: 1995; Live music programming: yes

Live From The Front Porch
Justin Frazell, Host

KPLX-HD2 99.52
Program email: justin[at]995thewolf.com Alt. email: John.Sebastian[at]cumulus.com; markphillips[at]995thewolf.com Station email: srivers[at]995thewolf.com
Program website: http://www.995thewolf.com/porch.html Station website: http://www.995thewolf.com
3500 Maple Avenue, Suite 1600; Dallas, TX 75219-3906
(214) 526-2400; (214) 787-1995; Fax (214) 520-4343
The Front Porch with Justin Frazell airs Sundays 7-9 p.m. "We feature all Texas singer-songwriters, performing live in the studio (with an occasional live remote). We are proud and honored to live and breathe in Texas; proud and honored to be born and raise